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2 hours ago, mudmanc4 said:

@IrishKing , Head over to testmy.net/mirror and set the test to run from New_York

I found another ZyXel router in my storage and hooked it up. Went directly to speed test and got these results. The 9 Mbps is a multithread. But that 14 is alot better. I dont want to get my hopes up though because ive seen 14 Mbps on the other router 1 or 2 times but was usually below 5Mbps. I will keep testing it. By the way these speed tests are being conducted via wireless

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Hey Mudmanc4 thanks for replying I really appreciate someone taking notice. I chatted with cin bell tech support and the 1st thing he had me do was run a speed test through them which showed a speed of 15 Mbps wireless but I also ran a test here right after which showed a speed of 2.98 Mbps. I showed him both results. He said that's going to New York. I then explained to him what I read on here about providers using there own speed test and they're not accurate. He said they are not responsible for slow modems between here and New York. He then got on my router and notified me that there is indeed an issue with my line and is sending a tech Friday. Is there anything I should know or be prepared for when he is here as far as making sure things are done right? Again, thanks for your time. 

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Sounds like levels must be off they will try to correct it, if all else fails make them run a new line from the drop outside your house

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16 minutes ago, Rhinochaser said:

Farm to Market broadband inserted erroneous info in place of what I put here!

 

Your post may have been in moderation or something, because you're new.  TestMy.net is a independent third party, no ISP has influence over the content here.  They're able to post and read the same as you are and can't delete or moderate anything.

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Some time last year, my Time Warner Cable became Spectrum. Late last year my average download speeds for my 50/5 plan went up from about 60 Mbps to nearly 70 Mbps. This is a pretty typical result pretty much any time of day. An iPad Air 2.

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Posted (edited)

Frontier Communications (aka verizon fios) Fiber connection in Orange County, California. This is over WiFi on my laptop connected to Ubiquiti Unifi 802.11ac PRO Access Point model no. UAP‑AC‑PRO. My upload speed is on average 20Mbps faster than my download for some reason that I'm not complaining about.

 

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Edited by DarkZealot
Add connection medium

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Posted (edited)

120 fps for "world of tanks" game.xYF4jDr1s.pngRustcrew.png fairly good average.

Edited by Rustcrew
so it would be all in one. so I don;t get yelled at.

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